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y2i1vy y16fy >> they find out you're a jug low you're getting fired. breaking right now at 6:00, a jam packed saturday. protesters flood the capital to support the causes they hold dear. live team coverage on the day of rallies. >> one of several events taking place. i'm justin finch here on the national mall where thousands of juggalos are taking a stand against the fbi. we'll tell you who they say they are and it boils down to family, friendship and face paint. >> the mother of all rallies on the national mall. did it it measure up to what the organizers expected? all that coming up on news 4. news 4
breaking news. >> local law enforcement braces for one of the busiest weekends. demonstrators marched on the national mall and our team of reporters covered it all. the mother of all rallies and the juggalo march taking center stage. i'm erica gonzalez. they came together to support president trump and free speech. what is going on right now at the so-called mother of all rallies. >> dee? >> the rally is about two to three hours before finishing now. you can take a look now a group on the stage. a person is a rapper on the stage, very popular on facebook. he talked about his followers and an interesting thing did happen at this rally a few minutes ago. some people from black lives matter came on to the scene. at first there was some conferenrontation near the stag and then the person on the stage invited them on to the stage with him.
but you can't talk. they did not necessarily agree with that and then started calling for security and things calm down, again, and a person, a representative of black lives matter wasn't being allowed to speak. started out by saying he is an american. now, there was half-hearted applause from this crowd, but one of the moments that sort of makes this whole rally stand out. the space that they have here was designated for them. they never quite filled that space in and the crowd has died down some from when they were here, when they first got here at 11:30. again, not a large contingent of protesters that showed up here, although there were maybe a handful. five or six. there wasn't any violent confrontation. most of the confrontations were personal, smaller and personal exchanges like this one. >> all points of view are we welcome here at this rally. >> nazi, white supremacist and
>> now, again, that was one of those confrontations, if you can call it that. one of those exchanges that have sort of characterized this march. nothing along the scales that people were worried about. again, neither were the crowds. that has not dampened their spirits here at this rally. lots of support for the president and, of course, lots of support, they say, for the constitution. so, this rally has couple more hours to go. we did see the juggalo in the distant. never got close enough to join this rally here. >> all right, derrick ward. >> justin finch is at the lincoln memorial where a rap group is considering unfair treatment by the fbi. justin, this is
scene. this is separate. explain what is going on and who this group is. >> erica, very different scene, indeed. quick lesson if you don't know who the juggalos they are fans of the group behind us. right behind us their march is wrapping up and they are returning. today we saw a large crowd them gathering at the lincoln mu momorial. what appeared to be 1,000 of them standing side by side to take a personal stance against the fbi. take a look. the march here began after 5:00 this afternoon. going along the mall between the washington monument and lincoln memorial. what we saw was a crowd of all ages, all colors and backgrounds sending one message to the fbi. that they are not a gang. you see back in 2011, the agency labeled the juggalos a -- they have all been suspects with ties to the juggal fan base. while they say it
punish them all because of an action of a few what they really stand for is family and friendship. that gang label has cost their fans jobs and also made them targets. >> that's discriminatory towards good friends of mine who cannot reenlist or cannot get any more tattoos. that is a freedom of expression. that's why we live in this country in the first place. >> it's not wrong for anybody discriminated against just like it wouldn't be wrong for a christian to be discriminated against because of a cross. >> what we saw today were not only current juggalos but reform juggalos. as that man there now a reverend. as we are watching right now the marchers, these juggalos returning to the main stage for a series of concert to take place for the next several hours out here. they are now working through the court system to remove that label. that gang label. so far they have
unsuccessful. they are due back in court in cleveland on october 11th. we're live from on the mall, i'm justin finch. news 4. back into you in the studio, erica. >> thank you. many other demonstrations in our area and around the region a closer look at those later in this broadcast. now, we want to go to a possible barricade situation that is happening in the 400 block in northeast d.c. a neighbor dispute led to an aggravated assault. the suspect was in an apartment building and police set up this large perimeter as they started su searching for the suspect and the suspect was taken into custody. metro trains are bypassing as police continue to investigate. and now your storm team 4 forecast. >> good evening. you know, we are tracking some isolated activity on the radar, but overall pretty quiet. let's go straight to the radar, shall we? a few spotty showers out towards frederick, maryland
other than that, we're expected to stay pretty quiet as we head throughout the evening. here's why i need you to stick around. a few things i want to talk about. slightly muggy out there and a few isolated showers this evening and we have our eye on the tropics. i'll let you know how hurricane jose could be impacting us during the week and two other storms that are developing. i'll catch you up to speed. >> all right, thank you. breaking right now, the white house is pushing back on reports that president trump will not pull out of the paris climate change agreement. citinghe european union's top energy official, "wall street journal" says the trump administration will reengage in the international deal. in june the president rejected the agreement that had been approved by nearly every country in the world. just a few minutes ago the white house press secretary said the president will withdraw from the deal unless the country gets proamerica terms. nbc news has not confirmed the report. a local schooled
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police arrested one person for disorderly conduct. city official os are considering removing the lee statue after last month's deadly violence in charlottesville. hundreds of people in falls church went to the polls today. they were voting to rename jeb stewart high school, which is currently named after a confederate general. it's been about two years in the making. this all started when some students went to the school board saying the name isn't reflective of the community's values. today, neighbors and students voted on a list of more than 70 names. >> first, i was against it because i felt like you can't really erase history and then i realized we're not erasing history. we're simply just not making the confederacy at the forefront. >> some of the new names suggested include local civil rights activist barbara rose, the late supreme court justice thurgood marshall and an alumni at the school who died in the iraq war. after being grounded for a year, some of our country's most dari
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and nine officers were injured in this. today's demonstrations forced cancellations of many big events tonight including a u2 concert. police told the rock band they would not be able to provide enough security for them. ♪ celebrating the life of civil rights icon and comedian dick gregory. thousands attended the public memorial service in landover today. loved ones and those whose lived he touched watched highlights through vintage video clips. gregory died last month at the age of 84. there's a parade in his honor tomorrow morning. that starts at 10:30 at the howard theater in northwest d.c. one of the number of protests in and around the national mall took place at the white house and it included demonstrators who feeled that russia interfered with the election. of those who attended many echoed the same message that
punishing russia's actions. >> it's just very, it's just very outrageous for having our democracy put at risk and completely unacceptable. that's why i came out here to definitely voice my concern as a citizen. >> protesters say they hope today's message to the white house is at the russian bully america. to the delight of many, the air show is back at joint base andrews. crowds filled the military base from prince george's county to get an up close look at vintage planes and they got to see the daring aerial stunts that the show is known for. the annual joint base andrews air show was canceled last year. fans of all ages are really glad it's back. >> i love the air show. it's so fun. and how you can go on trampolines and have fun with other people. i love the navy and the army and everybody in it. and i'm glad that they can serve our country.
if you missed it today, don't worry, you can head down to joint base andrews tomorrow. the air show runs from 9:00 to 5:00 and it's free. beautiful dresses and music from a variety of latin american countries. every year fiesta d.c. kicks off the celebration on the national mall. this is video of the parade that went along constitution avenue this afternoon. the two-day event attracts thousands. tomorrow in that same area from 11:00 to 7:00 fiesta d.c. continues the celebration and food and music and all free to attend. and now your storm team 4 forecast. >> and i've got a special forecast just for a fiesta d.c. right now i want to take you to the radar and tracking a shower in frederick, maryland. if you're not seeing rain yet, your chances are dropping as we head throughout the evening. by sunset we'll start to dry things out. also, a little pt
showers down towards camebridge. here's a look at the future weather. we clear out overnight by 1:00 and clouds lingering and moving into sunday and through sunday. spending most of it on the drier side, around 4:00, 5:00, that's when we will see the isolated shower chance and very similar to the type of weather you saw today that pattern back to the blue ridge and that's where you see the greater chance for showers and we'll keep our eyes on that. also have my eye to the tropics. active over the past few weeks and right now tracking jose who is still lingering. take a look at its projected path by the national hurricane center. right now a cat 1 storm 80 miles per hour and expected to down grade, but notice how it gets a little close to the eastern seaboard. so, we are going to be seeing an impact. the good news not expecting a direct hit from jose. bringing smus clouds and some rough surf for any beachgoers during the week. here's a look at it right now on the satellite. also have s'more ome more activi
and we have to keep a close eye on the atlantic as we head through the next couple of weeks. if you plan to head to d.c. for the fiesta d.c. festival tomorrow. really spectacular weather and temperatures expected to rise into the low 80s tomorrow. and think we can hit about 84, 85 in some spots and a good amount of sunshine and as we head towards the end of the day 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 and rain chance and very mild, very warm. ten-day outlet. let's spend some time with it. i told you tomorrow, we're looking good. temperatures around 84 degrees and tonight they're going to drop to the upper 70s. great evening to head out. this is when we'll start to keep a close eye on jose. lot of cloud debris and not expecting any major impacts. it will feel breezy at times on tuesday. like i said, for anyone headed down to the coast on tuesday or wednesday, know that the surf will be rough and you can see rip currents there. keep that in mind.
we'll stay in the 80s, folks. fall come in on september 2nd but still feel like the end of summer. by next weekend we'll start tahit tto hit the upper 70s. rain chances are low as we head through the next couple of days. that's a look at your storm team 4 forecast. erika, back over to you. >> thank you. the nats were back in action after a 7-0 lo ss
this is the xfinity sports desk. >> chris miles here. the nats play two games against the dodgers. l.a. running away with a 7-0 win. the second game was played this afternoon between the two teams with the best records in the national league. and it was much closer for a second straight game, the dodgers make the first move. top of the second, cody belinger leads off the inning and that's a solo shot off a.j. cole. 1-0, l.a. more bellinger in the third. the rookie t
fifth inning dodgers pitching rich hill tossing a no-hitter until this. his 24th of the year. nats, though, still down 2-0. eighth inning dodgers back up by two. trey turner. the single to left. he touches home. we've got a close ball game. two batters later. nats looking to take the lead. daniel murphy doing what needs to be done and shows why he's one of the most electric players in baseball. the game-saving catch. nats drop the second game series, 3-2. when you score 114 points in your first two weeks, maybe you deserve a week off. the terps did not take the field this saturday and will host central florida next weekend. navy also undefeated in this young season. just like maryland, they had the weekend off before hosting cincinnati next week. let's take a look at the teams that actually took the field
from last week's loss to uconn. recognize that guy? former head coach at maryland from 2011 to 2015. he had no answer for the cavaliers' qb. finds donny dowling and 24-0 cavs at the half. late third. ben kurt in the shotgun and still dropping bullets. 30 yard strike. 31-0 uva. an amazing performance. sets a school record 455 passing yards. his third touchdown comes here in the fourth and goes 75 yards. laroni and virginia rolls connecticut 38-18. howard visiting richmond. old stomping grounds. ruined that homecoming. he tossed six touchdowns including this strike to gordon collins. 14-0, spiders. tough day for the howard
score now 34-0. connects with porter who refuses to go down. 70 yards to the end zone. richmond rolls, 68-21. it's no secret that the redskins offense struggled last week against the eagle and needs to improve this sunday against the rams. the most proven commodity who needs to have a better game. five catches, 36 yards and not a terrible line for a tight end and reid as a star. the coaching staff knows opposing defenses are aware of his talent. >> jordan's had a couple really good weeks and i think he's in a good spot physically and mentally. giddy on a couple plays and he played well. but he's just continued to work and get better at another good game today. some teams will pick a guy to double and could be jordan on a given time because he's a key weapon for us. bring him where to where jordan is and play outside leverage on him and hard t
balls sometimes, but that's why you have to have other players ready to perform. one college football score to update you on. virginia tech is crushing east carolina. that score right now 57-17 in the third quarter. erika, we'll highlights of that game tonight at 11:00. >> chris miles, thank you so very much. great to see you, my friend. we want to take one last look at your weather. if you are heading out tomorrow to fiesta d.c. on the national mall. going to be looking really nice. >> looking really nice, actually. take a look at your forecast. okay, so, you're going to wake up and get ready and head down there from 11:00 to 7:00. the core of the hours are going to be in the upper 70s and near 80 degrees. we're looking at a very similar day to today where we start off pretty quiet, muggy and then as we head towards the afternoon we see that chance for some showers towards the evening and isolated in tnature. ten-day outlook, remember, we are tracking hurricane jose and not expected to make a direct impact on our region, but we will see
that system on tuesday, as well as breezy conditions. pretty active out there, erika. we have tropical storm maria and tropical storm lee that we are keeping a very close eye on. some of the future models have moray and maria doing a little dance there. we have to see how that pans out. for now, though, things are looking quiet. >> i have to admit, i got excited last week when i saw straight 70s and i switched the closet a little too early. have to wait a little longer. "nightly news" is coming up next. we'll see you tonight at 11:00.
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d. is. on this saturday night, city on edge, st. louis on alert for more protests and violence after a white former police officer was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of a black man. an 18-year-old suspect of terrorist attack injured more than two dozen people in london while britain remains on high alert. north korea threat as the regime vows to continue its nuclear program. forces in south korea prepare for whatever might happen. jobs that find you. companies taking high tech approach to target candidates based on their locations, listings popping up on kre cellphones.